An IPhone may solve the mystery of Russia's ambassador assassination
The Russian ambassador to Ankara, Andrei Karlov, was killed last Monday, after being shot by a Turkish citizen working in the police force
Mac Reports announced, on Thursday, that Turkish police found the IPhone of the killer of the Russian Ambassador who was gunned down, and that the security authorities are seeking to unlock it and know the recordings it contains.
Turkish police and Russian agencies want to crack the PIN code on the device to access its content. Without the 4-digit code, the content of the phone remains unknown. So far, attempts to unlock the IPhone 4s have been unsuccessful.
According to the same site, an important Turkish official said that Russia offered to help the Turkish authorities to try to decode the phone, through a team of technical experts in the field. He pointed out that some officials in Turkey, has had contacts with the international company “Apple”. The latter did not issue any statement so far; he stated that “Apple” will probably not provide any assistance in this regard.
The Russian ambassador to Ankara, Andrei Karlov, was killed last Monday, after being shot by a Turkish citizen working in the police force.
Arab and international media outlets reported the slogans roared by the killer of the ambassador, after being shot, that expressed sympathy with the tragedy of the people of Aleppo in Syria, as it appeared in a video aired by all media worldwide.